2013–14 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup

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Nordic combined pictogram.svg 2013–14 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup Nordic combined pictogram.svg
Winner
World Cup  Eric Frenzel (GER)
Nations Cup  Germany
Competitions
Venues 12
Individual events 17
Team events 6

The 2013–14 Nordic Combined World Cup is an international winter sports competition organized by the FIS, which consisted of combined ski jumping and cross-country skiing. It will start on 30 November 2013 in Kuusamo, Finland and will end on 16 March 2014 in Falun, Sweden.

Calendar[edit]

Individual events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Date Venue Discipline Winner Second Third Details
1 30 Nov 2013 Finland Kuusamo HS 142 / 10 km Germany Eric Frenzel Norway Jørgen Graabak Norway Magnus Krog [1]
2 7 Dec 2013 Norway Lillehammer HS 106 / 10 km France Jason Lamy Chappuis Japan Akito Watabe Norway Mikko Kokslien [2]
3 8 Dec 2013 HS 138 / 10 km Germany Eric Frenzel Norway Magnus Krog Japan Akito Watabe [3]
4 15 Dec 2013 Austria Ramsau HS 98 / 10 km Germany Eric Frenzel Norway Håvard Klemetsen Norway Mikko Kokslien [4]
5 21 Dec 2013 Germany Schonach HS 106 / 10 km Norway Magnus Moan Norway Håvard Klemetsen Japan Akito Watabe [5]
6 22 Dec 2013 HS 106 / 10 km France Jason Lamy Chappuis Germany Johannes Rydzek Japan Akito Watabe [6]
7 4 Jan 2014 Russia Chaykovsky HS 106 / 10 km Switzerland Tim Hug Germany Björn Kircheisen Czech Republic Miroslav Dvořák [7]
8 5 Jan 2014 HS 140 / 10 km Austria Wilhelm Denifl Germany Björn Kircheisen Czech Republic Miroslav Dvořák [8]
9 11 Jan 2014 France Chaux-Neuve HS 118 / 10 km Norway Mikko Kokslien Norway Magnus Krog Norway Jørgen Graabak [9]
Nordic Combined Triple (17 January 2014 until 19 January 2014)
10 17 Jan 2014 Austria Seefeld HS 109 / 5 km Germany Eric Frenzel Norway Magnus Moan Germany Tino Edelmann [10]
18 Jan 2014 HS 109 / 10 km Germany Eric Frenzel Germany Johannes Rydzek Norway Magnus Moan [11]
19 Jan 2014 HS 109 / 15 km Germany Eric Frenzel Norway Håvard Klemetsen Norway Magnus Moan [12]
Nordic Combined Triple – Final Standings Germany Eric Frenzel
End of Nordic Combined Triple
11 26 Jan 2014 Germany Oberstdorf HS 137 / 10 km Germany Eric Frenzel Norway Jan Schmid Japan Akito Watabe [13]
2014 Winter Olympics (7 February 2014 until 23 February 2014)
12 28 Feb 2014 Finland Lahti HS 130 / 10 km Germany Johannes Rydzek Japan Akito Watabe Germany Eric Frenzel [14]
13 6 Mar 2014 Norway Trondheim HS 138 / 10 km Germany Johannes Rydzek Norway Jørgen Graabak Norway Magnus Moan [15]
14 8 Mar 2014 Norway Oslo HS 134 / 10 km Germany Johannes Rydzek Norway Magnus Moan France François Braud [16]
15 15 Mar 2014 Sweden Falun HS 134 / 10 km Japan Akito Watabe Norway Jørgen Graabak Italy Alessandro Pittin [17]

Team events[edit]

source:[1]

Round Date Venue Discipline Winner Second Third Details
1 1 Dec 2013 Finland Kuusamo HS 142 / Team Håvard Klemetsen
Magnus Krog
Mikko Kokslien
Jørgen Graabak
 Norway
Björn Kircheisen
Manuel Faißt
Johannes Rydzek
Eric Frenzel
 Germany
Taihei Kato
Yoshito Watabe
Hideaki Nagai
Akito Watabe
 Japan
[18]
2 14 Dec 2013 Austria Ramsau HS 98 / Team sprint Mikko Kokslien
Jørgen Graabak
Norway I
 Norway
Håvard Klemetsen
Magnus Krog
Norway II
 Norway
Samuel Costa
Alessandro Pittin
Italy
 Italy
[19]
3 12 Jan 2014 France Chaux-Neuve HS 118 / Team sprint Tino Edelmann
Fabian Rießle
Germany II
 Germany
Mikko Kokslien
Jørgen Graabak
Norway II
 Norway
Johannes Rydzek
Eric Frenzel
Germany I
 Germany
[20]
4 25 Jan 2014 Germany Oberstdorf HS 137 / Team Tino Edelmann
Johannes Rydzek
Fabian Rießle
Eric Frenzel
 Germany
Maxime Laheurte
François Braud
Sébastien Lacroix
Jason Lamy Chappuis
 France
Wilhelm Denifl
Marco Pichlmayer
Christoph Bieler
Mario Stecher
 Austria
[21]
5 1 Mar 2014 Finland Lahti HS 130 / Team sprint Håvard Klemetsen
Jørgen Graabak
Norway I
 Norway
Eric Frenzel
Johannes Rydzek
Germany I
 Germany
François Braud
Sébastien Lacroix
France I
 France
[22]
6 16 Mar 2014 Sweden Falun HS 100 / Team cancelled due to strong wind

World Cup Standings[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1. Germany Eric Frenzel 1031
2. Germany Johannes Rydzek 779
3. Japan Akito Watabe 730
4. Norway Magnus Moan 571
5. Norway Håvard Klemetsen 530
6. France Jason Lamy Chappuis 526
7. Norway Jørgen Gråbak 509
8. Norway Mikko Kokslien 454
9. Austria Wilhelm Denifl 380
10. Norway Magnus Krog 368
Pos Athlete Points
11. Austria Christoph Bieler 349
12. Germany Björn Kircheisen 340
13. Austria Lukas Klapfer 327
14. Norway Jan Schmid 324
15. Germany Tino Edelmann 304
16. Austria Bernhard Gruber 292
17. Italy Alessandro Pittin 285
18. United States Bryan Fletcher 255
18. Germany Fabian Rießle 255
20. France François Braud 252
Pos Athlete Points
21. Switzerland Tim Hug 248
22. Finland Ilkka Herola 228
23. Czech Republic Miroslav Dvořák 212
24. Austria Mario Stecher 196
25. United States Bill Demong 167
26. Germany Manuel Faißt 149
27. United States Taylor Fletcher 130
27. Slovenia Marjan Jelenko 130
29. Japan Hideaki Nagai 126
30. Norway Thomas Kjelbotn 115

Nation Cup[edit]

Pos Nation Points
1. Germany Germany 4123
2. Norway Norway 4025
3. Austria Austria 2707
4. France France 1905
5. Japan Japan 1628
6. United States United States 916
7. Italy Italy 825
8. Finland Finland 670
9. Slovenia Slovenia 564
10. Czech Republic Czech Republic 471

Achievements[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b ""DKB" FIS Nordic Combined World Cup 2012/13". FIS. Retrieved 24 November 2012. 

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